Guest Blog by Mike Bills
Posted by Permission
Since I have been doing this blog with my good friend Matt we often get asked a lot of questions regarding ASEA. A lot of the questions are from information seeking curious individuals that truly want to understand the message that we are trying to deliver. Other questions are from those trying to clear up misinformation and misunderstanding. Then still we have those that are extremely skeptical and think ASEA is a scam and they mean to trip us up. I do understand, I didn’t believe in ASEA until I saw it change lives with my own eyes. I have a very personal connection to this product.
I wanted to take a few moments and address some of the more common questions and also common misconceptions that I see when it comes to ASEA.
Fact or Fiction?: Redox Signaling was invented by ASEA to sell ASEA.
I wrote a blog article a while back titled “What is Redox Signaling” . In the article I encouraged individuals to Google Redox Signaling and determine for themselves the science. WOW! I was torn apart for not explaining it. My intention was that if you Google Redox Signaling you can find thousands of independent articles on Redox Signaling. This would show this emerging science of Redox Signaling is not concocted by ASEA. I wont make that mistake again. At the bottom of this article under Resources I will include several links to outside sources on Redox Signaling. In addition there are several books on Amazon dealing with the topic of Redox Signaling including Redox Biochemistry & a publication on Antioxidants & Redox Signaling.
Why spend so much time on Redox Signaling? The first step to understanding ASEA is to having a basic understanding in the Science Behind ASEA.
Fact or Fiction?: ASEA was created for a comp plan for a network marketing company.
I understand this question. A lot of network marketing companies are created by professional network marketers to be network marketing companies. They want to create a company so they develop a marketing plan and then go find the products to fill the comp plan. Their entire Differentiating Advantage is their comp plan. The product is an after thought.
If you watch the How ASEA was Founded Video or attend any Meet ASEA meetings where Verdis Norton and James Pack tell their story you will quickly learn that when Verdis and James acquired the technology behind ASEA the intention was to determine why it worked, then to sell the technology for a profit. In order to determine why ASEA was getting the results it was, Verdis found and enlisted the help of Atomic Medical Physicist Dr. Gary L. Samuelson. It was Dr. Samuelson that determined what ASEA was and why it was working. Once they had made this discovery they did intend to sell and had an offer from a pharmaceutical company. Dr. Samuelson begged Verdis not to sell the technology because it would “be lost to mankind” if he did. Verdis took Dr. Samuelson’s advice and later ASEA was born!
Fact or Fiction?: ASEA is protected by Patents
ASEA and its foundational technology are completely protected by U.S. patents 5,334,383; 5,507,932; 5,674,537; 5,731,008; 6,007,686; 6,117,285.
Click on the above patents and do your own due diligence!
Fact or Fiction?: ASEA is a formulation created in a lab and is synthetic.
A: ABSOLUTELY FICTION!
I would describe ASEA as a Discovery. Actually two major discoveries that are scientific breakthroughs.
First, ASEA has managed to create native to the body redox signaling molecules that are created by the mitochondria in each cell of your body – outside of the body!
Second, ASEA has stabilized these molecules in a bottle that allows you take drink or apply them topically to re-introduce them to the body. Your body sees them as Native!
To understand watch the ASEA Breakout Product Video
Fact or Fiction?: ASEA is a Scam
A: Most Definitely Fiction
I mentioned that at the beginning of this post I have a very personal connection to this product, let me explain. First, I am an independent ASEA associate, I am not an employee. I also do want to promote and sell ASEA for a profit. However it goes beyond that. I have personally seen great benefits to individuals both close to me and that I have met through this endeavor and I fell an obligation to share. There are those that have written many negative articles on ASEA on the internet and branding it as a scam. I will say that those individuals have not done their due diligence and have an agenda. In fact a couple of them we have reached out to, invited them to ASEA to find out for themselves, on our dime with no obligation just to see the truth. They have all declined.
I was first introduced to ASEA prior to the launch by members of my family. They had invested very large amounts of money and are shareholders of ASEA. They encouraged me to take a look at the product and the company as they had intimate knowledge being shareholders. They then connected me to the Daughter and the Son of the CEO Verdis Norton. Nancy Norton Thunell was the first distributor in ASEA, Member of the founders club, diamond founders club and is a Triple Diamond. I am happy to say she is my close friend and her and her brother Jon Norton work directly with me to share and promote this wonderful product.
I truly believe that if you share ASEA, you will make a significant substantial difference in the lives of someone that needs it. I have seen it over and over again.
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Biochemical Pharmacology 70 (2005) 811-823, “Redox regulation: A new challenge for pharmacology””, Daniel Frein, Stefan Schildknecht (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15899473).
Redox signaling in biology and disease series intro, ““The expanding network of redox signaling: new observations, complexities and perspectives””, Roy J. Soberman (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12618508).
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Wound Rep Reg, v11 p431-438 (2003), “The general case for redox control of wound repair”, Chandan K. Sen (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14617282).